Monster Hunter World: Iceborne’s PC Release Date Revealed (VIDEO)
The folks over at Capcom knew they had a hit on their hands with Monster Hunter World when it began breaking records all over the place upon its release on consoles, with the PC version releasing later to similar success. As such, the company has doubled down and released update after update for those always looking for the latest and deadliest monsters to hunt. Now that the game’s Iceborne expansion has released on consoles, those waiting patiently on PC have been wondering when they’ll be getting their chance to enjoy all the expansion has to offer. Thankfully, Capcom has finally revealed the official release date for the Iceborne expansion on PC.
Capcom recently released a brand new trailer for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne in glorious 4K resolution at 60FPS. While also revealing the PC release date of January 9, 2020, the trailer also breaks down all the goodies PC players will get to enjoy once it releases. Check out the trailer below followed by the list of exclusive PC features:
- High Resolution Textures
- 4K Resolution support
- Uncapped Frame Rate
- Ultrawide 21:9 support
- DirectX 12 support
- Mouse & Keyboard controls
Here’s the breakdown of the Iceborne expansion courtesy of Capcom:
“The Iceborne expansion builds on every aspect of Monster Hunter: World, starting with an all-new story that picks up after the main game and whisks hunters away to a newly discovered chilly locale called Hoarfrost Reach. The snow-covered terrain offers an ecosystem that contrasts areas in the main game and progressively expands with the story. Iceborne is set to offer the largest region in the game so far, presenting hunters a wealth of new content with even more quests to face than in the original release.”
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne releases for PC on January 9, 2020.
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